Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon is the latest senior government minister to quit embattled British Prime Minster Gordon Brown's government, following work and pensions secretary James Purnell and defence secretary John Hutton.
US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Buchenwald concentration camp in central Germany on Friday following a press conference during which they pledged their commitment to Middle East peace.
Political parties campaigning in Europe's parliamentary elections are exploiting new Internet tools -- from Facebook to Twitter -- in order to raise interest in the poll. Also in this edition, the launch of "Home" the new eco-blockbuster.
U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel held a joint press conference Friday, covering their discussions on the economic crisis, the Middle East, and relations with Iran and Russia.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown reshuffles his government on Friday, in a bid to save it after several ministers, including Defence Secretary John Hutton, resigned in relation to an expenses scandal.
Far-right Party for Freedom took 16.9 percent of Dutch votes, and four seats in the European Parliament, according to exit polls. Anti-Islam party chief Geert Wilders currently faces a hate-speech trial.
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit the former Buchenwald concentration camp on Friday, before meeting Chancellor Angela Merkel for high-level talks on the economic crisis, the Middle East, and relations with Iran and Russia.
British Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell has said he is resigning, and called on Prime Minister Gordon Brown to stand aside as leader. Purnell is the third Cabinet-level minister to quit in recent days.
A British court sentenced two men to life in prison for the brutal 2008 murders of two French students (pictured) in London. Dano Sonnex was given a minimum term of 40 years and Nigel Farmer will serve a minimum of 35 years.
Britons Daniel Sonnex and Nigel Farmer were convicted by a London criminal court of murder, false imprisonment and arson. They had brutally stabbed two French students to death and set fire to their flat to destroy the evidence.